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everyone about it. we will have much more cominup in sports. >> we'll see you in a bit, lindsay, thank you. >>> right now, cool, even clea skies as we look live outside. >> our chief meteorologist doug kammerer is tracking the condions out there. >>> clear in some areas, clouds in others. we've seen clouds move in from a system off to the west. it's been another fantastic day all across the area. there's that mixture, ouds to the north of your screen, clear skies off to the west, out there toward sugarloaf and frederick maryland. a beautiful day as we look off to theorth and west right now. current temperature, 79 degrees. winds out of the north at about 9 miles an hour, they've been gusty duringhe day today, they're starting to diminish throughout the afternoon. sterling, virginia coming in at 78 degrees, herndon about the same. quantico coming in at 81. 71 degrees by 9:00 a.m., 67 by 11:00, waking up and walking out tohe door around 7:00 a.m., 61 degrees, with plenty of sunshine. more nice weather to come. and three, three tropical systems to talk about. i'llreak it down for you coming u
to have lunch with lindsay. no oil has flowed into the gulf for weeks, but it's just the beginning of our work. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. my job is to listen to the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel and restaurant workers and find ways to help. that means working with communities. we have 19 centers in 4 states. we've made over 120,000 claims payments, more than $375 million. we've committed $20 billion to an independent claims fund to cover lost income until people impacted can get back to work. we'll keep looking for oil, cleaning it up if we find it and restoring the gulf coast. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. bp is gonna be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal... until we make this right. >>> a fast forward through the headlines, the manhunt for josh prince is in custody in pennsylvania. he fired gunshots at his ex-girlfriend at the avalon apartments in bethesda using a high-powered rifle. >>> back to work at the discovery channel headq
lindsay czarniak hopefully with the preview. it is right here nbc 4. kickoff at 10:00 tonight. in case you had nothing to do late night, we'll be here for you. the news will be on right after the game. if anything, you watch this game because of the young guys who are really fighting and scrapping to make this roster. literally trying to keep their dream alive. there are guys cut five, six, seven times in the nfl. this is their final chance. >> everything. he go. >> a lot of excitement. >> he was the ultimate redskins fan. ralph campbell died last friday. he was one of the founding member of the hogetts for 27 years. the group of men wore women's dresses, hats and pig snouts to redskins game and to raise money for charity. this is what campbell said when asked why he loved being a hogett. >> well, we'll have that a bit later. grandpa hogett was 73 years old. his funeral service will be held on saturday. >> still ahead, a sign of the times. >> how a new business is helping people have healthy alternative when's shopping for food when revamping a no oil has flowed into the gulf for weeks, bu
leaving d.c.? >>>and lindsay lohan is back behind bars for failing a drug test. >>> a fast forward through headlines. fire officials in manassas say three home that burnto the ground in a fire yesterday were all built to code. fast moving flame destroyed the homes and damaged ve other nearby houses. some neighbors stay me were built extremely close to one another. the cause is still under investigation. >>> a candlelight vigil is being held tonight for 2year-old ashley mccrae who was killed in southeast washington last saturday. police have arrested damon ss for her murder. sams, a rapper known as nine millie was once mentored by the peaceaholics group. >>> and people are on alert of a waking up to find a bear roaming their streets. the bear was spotted today near hillard street right behind the john pool middle school. the bear sightings are not common in maryland and officials with the state department of natural resources say they've been up in recent years. >>> we have a reminder right now. sunday's big day. nbc 4, proud sponsor of the blue bird blues festival in prince george's county
. >> lindsay sits down for lunch with nick backstrom. >> alex ovechkin is the obvious superstar on the capitols ross sister, but backstrom is really the glue for the team. after his first 100-point season last year, the caps signed him to a ten-year $67 million contract. backstrom immediately gave back to his parents who helped nurture his hockey career while growing up in sweden. as for his life in d.c. he's adjusting quite well. he met me for lunch at cafe milano. ♪ >> reporter: you're from sweden, but you sa it feels like you're coming home to d. you've only been here a few years. you really like the city? >> yeah, i do. especially when i signed a contract for ten years, i have to feel like home. no, it's good. i like it here, i like the people here, the whole city, so -- >> howifficult is it to get over the language barrier? you speak very well, i know it wasn't that way for you when you first got here? >> no, it was hard. it was hard. we have english in school, but i wasn't that good. >> really? >> i was kind of ke, it wasn wasn't -- was embarrassing to come here the first couple times,
to sports, we're ck on the ice. >> lindsay's at the verizon center where the caps are making their preseason home debut. >> we set up down here at verizon center. i want to show you how good things are for the capitals. the ice crew this year is sponsored by volkswagen. they tell me they get a free car at the end of the year, but what they really want is a stanley cup. alex ovechkin makes his preseason debut, tt's the big deal down here. he'll be playing on a line with mike knuble. i had a chance to talk to knuble earlier, he sees the benefit of the preseason, but he can't wait to get the regular season started. i've seen you at the redskins games, i'm wondering if you have the same sentiment they do about preseason games, you'd rather not deal with them at all? >> yeah, they're a necessary ev evil. it's one of things, you want to play them, you want to get to a point where you're comfortable and ready to play the season. some guys want to play a lot. i know you've got to play them, that's the reality, because you can't duplicate game situations anywhere but in the game. it'something you wan
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